The clear-up after flooding caused by torrential rain in parts of Scotland is under way.
Flood alerts in Aberdeenshire, Tayside and the Lothians remain in place due to saturated rivers and land but only light rain is forecast for Saturday.
The east of the country was worst affected on Friday with Fife deluged by more than half its average rainfall for October in 12 hours.
In Dura Den, residents were led to safety from houses due to "fear of erosion and washing away", Fife Fire and Rescue Service said.
The corner of one house in the village was washed away by surging water while the road next to the property was badly damaged.
Tony Conlan, a forecaster at MeteoGroup - the weather division of the Press Association, said: "As far as today is concerned some lingering rain will meander around mainly central and western areas but it won`t be particularly heavy.
"The rain yesterday was slow moving so it led to concentrated downpours in certain areas leading to flooding. The rest of the weekend should be more of a drying-out process with only light showers around."
In Fife a woman and her dog had to be rescued from a car after it was stuck in about 3ft of water in Colinsburgh on Thursday night, while another driver needed help from the fire service after a similar incident in Elie.
A spokeswoman from Fife Fire and Rescue Service said officers were still pumping water away from properties in North Feus, Upper Largo as water running down from surrounding hills was adding to already water-logged areas.
She said: "Two appliances remain pumping water and they have been there since 9am yesterday. It was a very busy day, particularly in the east of Fife. Some roads remain closed but the forecast looks alot better so hopefully things will improve."
In Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, barriers were put in place overnight in three streets to prevent flooding as river levels peaked.
Heavy rain could return early next week causing further problems.
Mr Conlan said: "Another slow-moving band of heavy rain is heading towards Scotland on Monday night. It`s unclear exactly where it will fall but if it rains on land that is already saturated with water it could lead to flooding."